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14" Damascus steel blade 36-42 HRCLeather and ray skin wrapped handleHidden blade release mechanism
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A hybrid of utility and design! Suitable for both self-defense use and helping you get around, this Battle Ready Sword Cane proves that samurai and executive styles can go hand in hand.
This cane's bite comes in the form of a Damascus steel blade. The carbon steel blade has been folded by hand 10 times to produce 2048 intricate layers of steel. Doubled edged and hand honed sharp, the blade features a center blood groove with spear point. To draw your blade, simply press the push button release while pulling the handle from the shaft.
The elegant handle and shaft are crafted from hardwood with a deep stained finish, while the upper shaft has ray skin and leather wrapping normally reserved for katana swords.
Cast metal accents complete the executive style and a rubber tip is included for added traction while walking.
Measurements: 14 in. blade, 38 1/2 in. overall.
# 41 UC2638
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Very nice looking sword cane. Blade is relatively nice, but no "winner". Overall, it's a pretty little thing to add to your collection. Mine's a keeper.
The cane I received was woefully packed, a skinny box inside a huge box with not real padding, which was damaged in transit. The safety catch didn't work, and the cane could be opened without using the safety release button. The so-called hardwood ball handle is very light, so I doubt that it really is a hardwood. The whole thing is cheaply made, and not even worth the $98.28 I paid ($83.29 for the cane, $14.99 for the shipping). I was sent a return label and I returned it for a refund with the Reason Code(s) R4, R7 and R10 (Defective, Dissatisfied and Poor quality). I received a refund of only $83.29, and then they send another cane! When I let them know, they told me I would be charged again if I didn't send it back. Another return label is being sent. When I complained about not receiving my original shipping fee they eventually decided to refund that to me . . . or maybe it was my telling them I would file an American Express charge-back claim? Who knows, but I would not recommend buying this sword cane, or any of the other cheap rubbish sold by this company. If it looks too good to be true, it is too good to be true.